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How I look after my wellbeing

How I look after my own wellbeing - teacher wellbeing
15th May 2019

For secondary school teacher Bonnie Harrington, managing her wellbeing is a termly, weekly, daily priority. If she waits until she is struggling before implementing these tips then it's too late.

CSIS awards funding

CSIS Charity Fund awards funding to help teachers in crisis
13th March 2019

We are delighted that the Civil Service Insurance Society Charity Fund has awarded us a substantial grant  to help us continue to meet the growing demand for our emergency financial grants programme. 

Taking charge of your time

12th March 2019

With yet another report demonstrating how much unpaid overtime the teaching profession puts in,Victoria Hewett shares her top tips for reclaiming your personal time one step at a time.

5 breakthroughs that made me a better teacher

5 breakthroughs that made me a better teacher 
13th February 2019

In 2016 Victoria Hewett was emotionally shattered, physically exhausted and burntout. This piece is not about her breakdown however. It's about the things she's discovered along the way to recovery that have made her a better teacher and a better person. 

Can SLT really improve teacher wellbeing?

Senior school leaders and teacher wellbeing
5th February 2019

Last year teacher Bonnie Harrington said teaching was broken and that there was nothing senior leaders could do about it. After recovering from an of episode of work-related stress, and moving schools, she's realised there is cause for optimism. 

Marathon running for teachers in crisis

Katy headteacher running London Marathon for teachers in crisis
5th February 2019

We're very grateful to Katy O'Connor, Headteacher of Lessness Heath Primary School. She is running the London Marathon to raise money to help ensure her fellow teachers and education staff can get support when they need it.